“What’s the best part of the fish fry?”
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“What’s the best part of the fish fry?”

Fr. Paveglio recently attended his first Corpus Christi and Saint Rose community fish fry. He spent part of his time creating this video to capture what people love about our fish fry! He also did dishes! And, clearly, had a lot of fun back in the kitchen. Here is what he had to say about...

Service Saturday: Easter Baskets
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Service Saturday: Easter Baskets

Last Saturday, a multi-generational group of parishioners gathered to assemble Easter Baskets. The baskets will be donated to the Keystone Food Shelf. We were able to fill and donate 190 Easter Baskets! This is always a big undertaking, but it goes very smoothly since we start a year in advance and have many parishioners who...

Roseville Area Young Adults
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Roseville Area Young Adults

The Roseville Area Young Adult (RAYA) group hosted their first event this past September. They were pleasantly surprised away by the large turnout at the first event, there were 30 young adults from all over the Twin Cities coming together for a BBQ at Corpus Christi. RAYA is a collaboration between Saint Rose of Lima, Corpus...

Interfaith Youth Day of Service 2019
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Interfaith Youth Day of Service 2019

A group of high school and middle school youth spent President’s Day at Augsburg University exploring other religions and serving side-by-side with youth from other religious backgrounds. The day started with workshops and talks. The workshops allowed the youth to learn about other faith traditions. The talks empowered our youth to get involved, to stand...

State of the Parish and All Parish Meeting
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State of the Parish and All Parish Meeting

Fr. Paveglio preached a State of the Parish homily on January 20. If you missed it, you can listen to it or read it online. After the homily, parishioners were encouraged to submit their questions, comments, and concerns. On January 27, we hosted an All Parish Meeting after the 10:30am Mass. At the All Parish...

Affordable Housing: The Bedrock of a Strong and Healthy Community
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Affordable Housing: The Bedrock of a Strong and Healthy Community

      Affordable homes are a key ingredient of Minnesota’s well-earned reputation for livability and opportunity, but that reputation and that reality are under threat, says former Roseville Mayor (and current Corpus Christi parishioner) Craig Klausing. At two recent Social Justice Committee forums held at the church, Klausing outlined the causes of the affordable housing shortage,...

Trick-or-Treating for the Food Shelf
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Trick-or-Treating for the Food Shelf

Confirmation students and high school youth went trick-or-treating for canned goods on Halloween. First, they fueled up with a quick pizza dinner and then they set out to collect non-perishable food items from the neighborhoods around Corpus Christi. At the end of the night, they delivered the food they had collected to the Keystone Food...

Church Community Explores Youth Homelessness
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Church Community Explores Youth Homelessness

More than 30 Corpus Christi parishioners attended a forum on the growing crisis of youth homelessness in Ramsey County before Mass last Sunday (Oct. 28). It was the second of two such forums organized by the Corpus Christ Social Justice Committee. Mike Rios-Keating (at right, holding microphone), community education advocate for Catholic Charities of St....

Archdiocesan Youth Day 2018
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Archdiocesan Youth Day 2018

On Saturday afternoon, three youth and three adults from Corpus Christi and Saint Rose of Lima went to the Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul. At the entrance, they were personally greeted by Archbishop Hebda and Bishop Cozzens. Archdiocesan Youth Day drew 1,200 Catholic youth from around the Archdiocese. The day featured music by Sonar,...

Youth Homelessness in Roseville
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Youth Homelessness in Roseville

Youth Homelessness a growing crisis in Ramsey County, says Catholic Charities Official Suburban Ramsey County school districts have seen a four-fold increase in homeless students over the past decade, from less than 200 in 2008 to more than 800 today. In Roseville alone, the district has about 140 children facing inadequate housing this year. How...

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